Much bother over a few suspected terrorists arrested in Melbourne, the greater. They have been accused of preparations to bomb an army base in NSW.
So, would you reckon the said army base would be on high alert after the threat? Well, their private security guards anyway. This is really odd to me, that army bases are secured by private security companies, whose staff are often foreign born.
Army boss man sends an email to all army bases. Be on alert for Chaser Team or journalists trying to penetrate.
You would think this is what an army boss man might do. But it seems not. After the accused bombers were charged, two Sydney journos went for a sorte at the army base. They showed their driving licences to the guards and entered and snapped away with their cameras. They were caught after a good bit of time and many many photos later.
I am sure the Army lads on the ground are down to earth, sensible and smart. Not so sure about their bosses.